How To Find Cheapest 2019 US Open Tennis Tickets, Onsale Info & More

How To Find Cheapest 2019 US Open Tennis Tickets, Onsale Info & More

With the 138th U.S. Open Tennis Championships still more than three months away, limited tickets are currently on sale on the primary market and most others will come available over the Memorial…

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2016 Miami Open Tickets Most Expensive in Three Years

The second leg on the annual ATP and WTA Tour is just four weeks away from its March 21 start date, and the 2016 Miami Open is already generating big ticket demand on the secondary market. With…

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With Serena Williams on Brink of History, 2015 US Open Tickets Up 25% From 2014 on Secondary Market

The US Open is officially underway, and the best tennis players in the world will battle at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, Queens for their chance at hoisting the fourth and final Grand Slam…

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2015 ESPYS Tickets Are Averaging Close To $200 Per Seat On Secondary Market

With the sports world basically at a standstill, no professional sports are taking place on Wednesday, ESPN will take advantage by holding its annual ESPY awards. The 2015 ESPYS will be held in Los…

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Two Months Out, All Sessions US Open Tickets Going For As Low As $73 On Secondary Market

The 2015 U.S. Open Tennis Championship is still more than two months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about purchasing tickets to see the sport’s best players compete in the fourth…

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Tennis Tours Previews The Sony Open, US Open and Wimbledon

The Sony Open is a great barometer for what to expect every year on the tennis circuit which begins today at the Tennis Center At Crandon Park down in Miami. The tournament runs from today through…

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2014 Tennis Tickets Preview: US Open tickets remain most expensive

While the US Open is far and away the biggest tennis tournament in America by virtue of being the only Grand Slam to take place in the United States, there are a lot of other prominent tournaments…

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BNP Paribas Open and Sony Open Tickets Preview

There may be only one tennis Grand Slam that takes place in the United States, the US Open, but that does not mean that there are not any other noteworthy tournaments. Two such tournaments are slated…

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Week One versus Week Two US Open Ticket Prices: Night and Day

The US Open is a two-week tournament that bridges summer and fall.  In addition to a seasonal right of passage, it’s a destination event on par with any major sporting event in the U.S.  The U.S.…

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